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Sampling the unique, magical sound of a Balinese Gamelan is no small undertaking. The 25 instruments that make up The London Symphony Orchestra's Semara Dana Gamelan Ensemble had to be recorded in great detail, as if each were to be a sample library in its own right.
This promo sample pack by Lucid Samples includes 800+ sounds and loops from their sample packs. The contents of this pack can be used to create any dance/ electronic/ urban music like EDM, techno, dance, house, electro, dubstep, trance, minimal, deep / tech, hardstyle, industrial, ambient, electronic, hip hop, pop and other music genres.
Part of our selection of free producer sound packs, our Free Tech House Sample pack includes : 400+ MB content, 5 Construction Kits including Stems, Loops, One Shots, MIDI Files made specifically for tech house production. Everything is 100% Royalty free. BPM / Key Information written in each filename.
This pack gives you a range of dark and minimal techno sounds to inject into your mix projects. The pack includes 77 professionally produced samples in .WAV format. Hard hitting kicks, dark ambiences, snappy snares and a range of other effects. The sound library features over 50MB of drum kit elements, build ups and white noise.
Tech House Vocal Chops contains exclusive and quality vocal chops in WAV loops made specifically for tech house production. The pack is sized at 87 MB and includes 60 vocal chop loops (30 DRY / 30 WET).
Tiefschwarz + SantéYou really get inspired by the grooves. Its a high quality production, it dosnt matter what style you like, techno or house etc.., its perfect to get a new idea.
Although these loops are excellent, the main focus of the pack is the huge collection of instantly playable sounds, with patches mapped out for EXS24 and Kontakt. There are hundreds of heavy electro basses, lush housey chords and synths, twisted bleeps, effects and whooshes, plus more than 1,200 soft and hard drum and percussion samples. Schmitt has also added folders of more experimental sounds with processed live-recorded rhythms, scratches and vocal phrases, even including some effected recordings of his two-year-old son!
What They're Good For: Samplephonics is an industry staple, and offers an incredibly wide variety of different genres, styles, and tones. I've always found that their drums particularly have great textures and character to them. This is why I always reach for these sample banks when producing softer genres of melodic house and techno.
The included drum sounds are royalty-free and suitable for use in a variety of music styles. You will find hip-hop drums, punchy techno kicks, heavy dubstep snares, and some crunchy lo-fi drum samples.
99Sounds captured the source drum samples from analog and digital synthesizers, acoustic drum kits, and field recordings. They applied various sound design techniques to make the drums sound unique, including resampling to tape, transient shaping, layering, amping, and more.
The band's work has influenced a diverse range of artists and many genres of modern music, including synth-pop, hip hop, post-punk, techno, house music, ambient, and club music. In 2014, the Recording Academy honoured Kraftwerk with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. They later won the Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album with their live album 3-D The Catalogue (2017) at the 2018 ceremony. In 2021, Kraftwerk was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in the early influence category. As of 2022, the band continues to tour, with the members' live performances celebrating Kraftwerk's fiftieth anniversary.
Kraftwerk's musical style and image can be heard and seen in 1980s synth-pop groups such as Gary Numan, Ultravox, John Foxx, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, The Human League, Depeche Mode, Visage, Soft Cell and Yellow magic orchestra. Kraftwerk influenced other forms of music such as hip hop, house, and drum and bass, and they are also regarded as pioneers of the electro genre. Karl Hyde of Underworld has referenced Kraftwerk as a prominent influence. Most notably, \"Trans Europe Express\" and \"Numbers\" were interpolated into \"Planet Rock\" by Afrika Bambaataa & the Soul Sonic Force, one of the earliest hip-hop/electro hits. Kraftwerk helped ignite the New York electro-movement. Techno was created by three musicians from Detroit, often referred to as the 'Belleville three' (Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson & Derrick May), who fused the repetitive melodies of Kraftwerk with funk rhythms. The Belleville three were heavily influenced by Kraftwerk and their sounds because Kraftwerk's sounds appealed to the middle-class black people residing in Detroit at this time.
Kraftwerk inspired many acts from other styles and genres. David Bowie's \"V-2 Schneider\", from the 1977's Heroes album, was a tribute to Florian Schneider. Post-punk bands Joy Division and New Order were heavily influenced by the band. Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis was a fan, and showed his colleagues records that would influence their music. New Order also sampled \"Uranium\" in its biggest hit \"Blue Monday\". Siouxsie and the Banshees recorded a cover of \"Hall of Mirrors\" on their 1987 album Through the Looking Glass, which was lauded by Ralf Hütter: \"In general, we consider cover versions as an appreciation of our work. The version of 'Hall of Mirrors' by Siouxsie and the Banshees is extraordinary, just like the arrangements of Alexander Bălănescu for his Balanescu Quartet release [of Possessed, 1992]. We also like the album El Baile Alemán of Señor Coconut a lot.\" Members of Blondie have admitted on several occasions that Kraftwerk were an important reference for their sound by the time they were working on their third album Parallel Lines. The worldwide hit \"Heart of Glass\" turned radically from an initial reggae-flavoured style to its distinctive electronic sound in order to imitate the technological approach of Kraftwerk's albums and adapt it to a disco concept. Simple Minds and U2 each recorded cover versions of \"Neon Lights\"; Simple Minds' version was included on their 2001 all-covers album Neon Lights and U2 included \"Neon Lights\" as the B-side of their 2004 single \"Vertigo\". LCD Soundsystem song called \"Get Innocuous!\" is built on a sample of \"The Robots\". Rammstein also covered their song \"Das Modell\", releasing it as a non-album single in 1997. John Frusciante cited the group's ability to experiment of as an inspiration when working in a recording studio. 1e1e36bf2d